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Client Based Services

Tsi Na’tetewátere Ionkhirihwahseronnién:nis Tkaiatakwe’niiò:ke

Client Based Services

Tsi Na’tetewátere Ionkhirihwahseronnién:nis Tkaiatakwe’niiò:keClient Based Services (CBS) Unit assist Kahnawa’kehró:non in acquiring and maintaining a better quality of life through its services, programs and resources which reflect the cultural values and aspirations of the community and ensures all basic human needs are met for present and future generations.

The Client Based Services (CBS) Unit is comprised of four distinct yet interrelated program areas that are:



The CBS Unit assists the community of Kahnawà:ke in acquiring and maintaining a better quality of life by addressing and providing a variety of services related to the administration of the Kahnawà:ke Social Assistance Program assisting individuals and families financially in preserving their security and dignity.  The Office of the Kahnawà:ke Kanien’kehá:ka Registry administers recognition, permissions and assists with various services related to vital records and addressing any issues.  The Recreation Department oversees the policies and planning of minor sports and recreation in the community, special events, as well as the maintenance and development of all recreational fields, parks, playing surfaces and facilities. Tsi Niionkwarihò:ten Tsitewaháhara'n Center is committed to the enrichment of the social fabric of Kahnawà:ke by making the strongest and most determined effort to learn, revive, restore, use, perpetuate and "live" the beautiful Kanien'kéha language within the community.


The following are statistics for clientele served through walk-ins, appointments or requests made by telephone in the fiscal year 2018-2019 for both the Client Based Services and Housing Units, apart from the Language and Culture Department which is in another location and averages 1,700 monthly.

Click here to view statistics of clientele served in 2018-2019.


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